Black Women: State of the Union

Black Women: State of the Union
Michelle Flowers, Kila Kitu, Lony'e Perrine, Lee Sherman, & Tamika Simpkins

  • Issue

    Gender Equality

  • Mission

    To promote and celebrate a greater understanding of Black women's significant contributions to the world through live performances, visual arts, community events, and the media.

  • CVF Involvement

    Creative Visions Foundation (CVF) provided Black Women: State of the Union with all community membership benefits and fiscal agency.

Black Women: State of the Union (BWSOTU) is a theatrical and community event that represents and celebrates black women as complex and resilient people. Through performance, visual arts, community events, and the media, BWSOTU promotes a greater understanding of black women's significant contributions to the world.

BWSOTU 2012 is scheduled for production in Los Angeles, along with accompanying events, such as community talk backs, health seminars, mentorship with youth, and self-improvement activities for black women.

BWSOTU is comprised of creative activists who are award-winning actors, writers, producers, and educators. They seek to empower black women and affect positive change with support from the community.


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